Special Issue "Novel Non-Invasive Diagnostic Sensory Systems Based on Nanomaterials"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2014).
Interests: resistive sensors; actuators; selective gas sensing; breath analysis; diagnostic breathalyzers; sensor arrays; wearable sensors; sensor devices; biomarker detection; personalized medicine; machine learning
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Interests: readout IC; breath analyzer; acoustic sensing; sensory signal processing
Nanomedicine is one of the obvious applications of nanomaterials and non-invasive nanotechnologies are expected to be among the first products to reach the market that will impact and improve significantly human health and welfare. The focus of this special issue to gather reports from leading experts in the various fields of sensory-systems based on nanomaterials, and to produce a volume highlighting state of the art and emerging technologies, such as breath-based diagnostics.
Since nanomaterials lead to higher sensor sensitivities, the need to detect ppb levels of analytes needed for diagnostic purposes can be met easily. The small size and flexibility of design for nanomaterials-based systems allows for portable and economic devices. The proposed special issue aims to highlight these advantages and to feature prototypes of non-invasive diagnostics.
Dr. Pelagia-Irene Gouma
Dr. Milutin Stanacevic
Manuscript Submission Information
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- non-invasive diagnostics
- portable breath analyzers
- skin patches
- wearable sensors